workplace temper tantrum

Can You Recover from a Temper Tantrum?

Joan storms out of the office. The door slams. And everything comes to a screeching halt. The meeting has...
LOGISTICS IN CONSTRUCTION

Why Logistics Is the Key to Contractor Productivity

These days, contractors are looking for solutions to move quickly, reduce downtime, and increase productivity. One way this can be accomplished is...
Christine Corell speaker

Tips to Help You Keep on Truckin’

“Please go easy on our trucks folks!” This was the plea the president of a construction contractor company made...
Electrical Contractors Education

Continuing Education: The Lifeblood of Electrical Contractors

As electricians retire and new technologies emerge, ongoing education is key More than ever today, continuous education is the...
top talent to support company growth

Where Are The Workers?

Construction talent is in short supply these days, a fact well known among industry leaders and employers. While the...
Future of Construction

The Future of Construction in America

Hop in a car and drive anywhere and chances are the drive will be on roads and highways that need patching, resurfacing,...
Skilled Labor Shortage

Skilled Labor Shortage Amplifies Need to Boost Vocational Education

We’re in the thick of a construction boom. But if you ask anyone in the business, the boom could be so much...
team conflict

Opportunity for the Right Course of Action

Every human being experiences conflict. It is a factor of human interaction. Therefore, it is impossible to get multiple people together, in...
team performance

Igniting Your Team to New Levels of Performance

When it comes to constructing a team of people who work well together to create winning outcomes, knowing “how to” and understanding...
Exiting Requires Thought

Exiting Requires More than a Thought

In June 1968, General William Westmoreland was relieved of his command in Vietnam when his new boss, Richard Nixon, lost confidence in his approach....